This Wednesday marked 4 weeks since 10 workers were trapped in the Pinabete mine in Sabinas, Coahuila, and after Civil Protection authorities were unable to carry out the rescue, the federal government reached an agreement with the families, which was signed that same day, according to Laura Velázquez Alzúa, national coordinator of Civil Protection.
The document that establishes the commitments by the federal government was signed by the widows of the ten workers during a meeting with Laura Velázquez, and in it, they accepted financial compensation, which will not be revealed for now. They . . .